CPL 2014 | Watch: 6 needed of last ball ? Whats tough in it.

CPL 2014 | Watch: 6 needed of last ball ? Whats tough in it.

It would be a dream if you be part of a match finishing with a 6 of last ball and even the viewers will be lucky to be watching that nail bitter because you rarely get this type of events happen in cricket.

And Caribbean Premier League is lucky to witness the same sort of events twice in 10 days. First Darren Bravo for T&T Red Steel and the latest Andre Russell for Jamaica Tallawahs. Interestingly both came against Guyana Amazon Warriors.

Chasing a target of 180 to win, T&T were reduced to 13 for 3 in 4th over and with the Bravo brother left at the crease. The Bravo duo put on 131 stand in just 12.5 overs before Dwayne Bravo departed when they needed another 34 runs inside 4 overs. It was brought down to 9 of last over which was to be bowled by Ronsford Beaton who just gave 3 runs in the first 5 balls making the equation 6 needing of last ball. Beaton bowled a length delivery outside off stump and Darren Bravo, eventually put it in stands. Bravo unbeaten on 69 off 49 balls.

Here is the video of the last ball six by Darren Bravo:

Less than 10 days from a Shocker by Bravo, Russell gave Guyana another shock as Guyana who fought well failed to stop Russell and let him smash 6 of last ball to see themselves on loosing side.

On a pitch where batting was tough task, Jamaica were asked to chase 138 by Guyana and soon found themselves as Tallawahs were reduced to 63 for 4 in 13.2 overs with another 75 runs needing of 40 deliveries. Andre Russell who joined Owais Shah started to take the game from Guyana as he went berserk. He brought it down to 13 from last over which was to be bowled by Jimmy Neesham.

Neesham started well with giving just 3 runs of first four balls but Russell smashed a boundary of fifth ball making the required to 6 of last ball. Neesham bowled a length ball drifted on towards leg which was smashed out of the park through cow corner region ending Guyana in sorrow.

Here is the video of the last ball six by Andre Russell: